Our premium, plant-based enzyme system make short work of whatever's waiting in your dishwasher. Leaves dishes shining, residue- and scent-free.
Plant-based gel formulated to clean even tough loads without phosphates or chlorine. Non-toxic formula has no harsh fumes.
- Sparkling Clean Dishes
- No Dyes or Synthetic Fragrances
- Plant-Based Gel Formula
Chlorine bleach-free and phosphate-free natural dishwashing detergent gel
Dishwasher Detergent Gel cleans with plant-derived enzymes
Dishwasher Gel is septic safe
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Ingredients: Water, sodium citrate (plant-derived water softener), ppg-10-laureth-7 (plant-modified synthetic cleaning agent), sodium silicate (mineral-based alkalinity builder), citric acid (plant-derived pH adjuster), xanthan gum (plant-derived thickener), calcium chloride (mineral-based enzyme stabilizer), sodium hydroxide (mineral-based pH adjuster), protease and amylase (plant-derived enzyme blend soil removers), and benzisothiazolinone and methylisothiazolinone (synthetic preservative).
Fragranced with plant-based essential oils and botanical extracts*
Lemon: Citrus grandis grapefruit) peel oil, citrus limon (lemon) peel oil, cymbopogon schoenanthus (lemongrass) oil
*d-Limonene is a component of these fragrance ingredients.
This natural dishwasher detergent gel has been formulated to work in all dishwashers, please follow the instructions to get the best dishwashing detergent experience.
LOAD DISHWASHER Make sure items can be safely washed in a dishwasher. Silver, aluminum and stainless steel should be washed in separate loads to avoid discoloration. Load items with soiled surfaces facing the center of the bottom rack, for optimum dishwashing experience. Filling your dishwasher and washing full loads of dishes conserves water.
ADD DISWASHER DETERGENT GEL: Fill dishwasher dispenser cup 1/2- 2/3 full. Use less dishwasher detergent gel for soft water/smaller loads. For very hard water we recommend using Seventh Generation Rinse Aid.
This bottle is made from 100% recycled plastic (excluding colorant) learn more at how2recycle.info